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Germans still undecided where to watch World Cup boycott

Since 2010, when the World Cup was held in the desert state of Qatar, football fans and the vast majority of casual viewers in Germany have been looking forward to this moment.

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Germans still undecided where to watch World Cup boycott

Since 2010, when the World Cup was held in the desert state of Qatar, football fans and the vast majority of casual viewers in Germany have been looking forward to this moment. Now it's finally here: the big World Cup boycott.

Still, it seems to catch many people unprepared. According to a recent survey, two-thirds of Germans consider it fundamentally wrong that the tournament is being held in the emirate. Nevertheless, the majority of Germans have not yet decided how, where and with whom they will watch the World Cup boycott until the final on December 18th.

While many, out of old habit, invite themselves to the person in their circle of friends with the largest flat screen or the best beamer in order to atmospherically ignore the games of the German team together with prints and hot tea, there are apparently also those who do political activities in their living room at home to plan. The radical activist group “Kommando Mario Basler” from Pirmasens, for example, announced that they would provocatively drink a lot of beer in protest against the alcohol ban in Qatar, while the games were watched with extreme contempt.

Wilfried Hombrüder from Bergisch Gladbach even wants to go one step further and threatens disturbing actions should the German national team progress beyond the round of 16. He intends to first dump a bucket of potato salad onto his television and then stick to it, "if necessary until a penalty shoot-out," says the electrician.

Like so many football fans, Hombrüder is deeply disappointed by the way the World Cup, which has been a carefree and innocent celebration of corruption, has gone to pieces.

What to do? While human rights activists and Karl Lauterbach advise only watching the World Cup in Qatar with a mask – over your eyes – there are some Germans who only shrug their shoulders at all the excitement. One should take Schalke 04 as an example, according to the fans of the Revierclub, as football has been successfully boycotted there since the beginning of the season.

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